Exfm, a web music discovery service, formerly known as Extension Entertainment has officially gone mobile with its first mobile app released for iOS. Exfm was founded in March, 2010 in New York City. It started as a browser extension for Chrome that turns the entire web into your personal music library. Exfm runs in the background and indexes every MP3 file you come across while browsing. Exfm also continuously check the previously visited sites to fetch new music every day.
Exfm also allows users to play their local songs and acts as an upgrade to the standard iPod music player. With Last.fm integration, users can also scrobble songs to their Last.fm profile. In December 2011, Exfm also integrated Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr to its suite of features, allowing the users to see what others are listening to on their favorite blogs and social media sites. Finally, users can also buy the songs they like via iTunes.
Since its inception in March 2010, Exfm has managed to amass a user base of nearly 50K users, and there’s no doubt the platform will explode in the near future. In May 2010 Exfm raised $500K in seed funding and added $750K from Spark Capital, Betaworks, Founder Collective, and Dave Morgan in April 2011.
Exfm works with iOS 4.0 or above and you can download it for free here.